New Releases: November 2019

11/1

Factory Girls by Takako Akai, edited by Jeffrey Angles, with Jen Crawford, Carol Hayes, Rina Kikuchi, You Sakai & Sawako Nakayasu (Action)
April Twilights [Revised Edition] 
by Willa Cather, edited with an introduction by Bernice Slote & a new introduction by Robert Thacker (University of Nebraska)
Piece of Cake by Bernadette Mayer & Lewis Warsh (Barrytown Limited)
where bells begin by Tessa Micaela (Rescue Press)
Skin Memory by John Sibley Williams (Backwaters)

11/5

Copper Yearning by Kimberly Blaeser (Holy Cow!)
The Crying Book by Heather Christle (Catapult)
Some Glad Morning by Barbara Crooker (University of Pittsburgh)
Divining Poets: Dickinson (A Quotable Deck) edited by David Trinidad (Turtle Point)
The Now by Albert Goldbarth (University of Pittsburgh)
Feed by Tommy Pico (Tin House)
Divining Poets: Rumi (A Quotable Deck) translated & edited by Brad Gooch & Maryam Mortaz (Turtle Point)
Heed the Hollow by Malcolm Tariq (Graywolf)
Monument: Poems New & Selected by Natasha Trethewey (Mariner)
Oblivion Banjo: The Poetry of Charles Wright (Farrar, Straus & Giroux)

11/6

Blood Weather by Alice Friman (Louisiana State)

11/8

The Poems of Renata Ferreira transcribed & annotated, with an introduction by Frank X. Gaspar (Tagus)
Smiling in the Darkness by Adelaide Freitas, translated by Katharine F. Baker (Tagus)

11/12

Mud Blooms by Ruth Dickey (Harbor Mountain)
The Intangibles by Elaine Equi (Coffee House)
Collected Poems of Bob Kaufman edited by Neeli Cherkovski, Raymond Foye & Tate Swindell, foreword by devorah major (City Lights)
Arvind Krishna Mehrotra: Selected Poems & Translations edited by Vidyan Ravinthiran, introduction by Amit Chaudhuri (New York Review Books)
Until the Lions: Echoes from the Mahabharata by Karthika Naïr (Archipelago)
Earth Is Best by Peter O’Leary (The Cultural Society)
Surrealism: Inside the Magnetic Fields by Penelope Rosemont (City Lights)
Clay & Star: Selected Poems of Liliana Ursu translated by Mihaela Moscaliuc (Etruscan)
The Collected Poems of Lorenzo Thomas edited by Aldon Lynn Nielsen & Laura Vrana (Wesleyan)
Joy: 100 Poems edited by Christian Wiman (Yale)
Asymmetry by Adam Zagajewski (Farrar, Straus & Giroux)

11/15

In the Environs of a Film by Danielle Collobert, translated by Nathanaël (Litmus)
You Are the Battery by Thomas Devaney (Black Square)
Four by Euripides: Medea, Bakkhai, Hippolytos & Cyclops translated by Robert Bagg (University of Massachusetts)
POST CLASSIC by erica kaufman (Roof)
The In(ter)vention of the Hay(na)ku: Selected Tercets, 1996-2019 by Eileen R. Tabios (Marsh Hawk)

11/19

Alisoun Sings by Caroline Bergvall (Nightboat)
Pagan Virtues by Stephen Dunn (W. W. Norton)
South American Journals: January–July 1960 by Allen Ginsberg, edited by Michael Schumacher (University of Minnesota)
Just Like I Like It by Danielle LaFrance (Talonbooks)
Frolic & Detour by Paul Muldoon (Farrar, Straus & Giroux)
Hatred of Translation by Nathanaël (Nightboat)

11/22

Time for Childhoods: Young Poets & Questions of Agency by Rachel Conrad (University of Massachusetts)

11/23

Saint Friend by Carl Adamshick (Carnegie-Mellon)
Brightword by Kimberly Burwick (Carnegie-Mellon)
Memoir by Honor Moore (Carnegie-Mellon)

11/26

Aviva-No by Shimon Adaf, translated by Yael Segalovitz (Alice James)
Eight Track by Oana Avasilichioaei (Talonbooks)
Black Mountain Poems: An Anthology by Jonathan C. Creasy (New Directions)
Treasure of the Castilian or Spanish Language by Sebastián de Covarrubias Horozco, translated by Janet Hendrickson (New Directions)
Poems from the Greenberg Manuscript by Samuel Greenberg, edited by Garrett Caples (New Directions)
Rainy Days on the Farm by Lesle Lewis (Fence)
Killing Plato by Chantal Maillard, translated by Yvette Siegert (New Directions)
Allies edited by Ed Pavlić, Evie Shockley, Yvonne Adhiambo Owuor & Ladan Osman (Boston Review)
American Faith by Maya C. Popa (Sarabande)
Pots & Other Living Beings by annie ross (Talonbooks)
Luxury by Philip Schultz (W. W. Norton)
Songs from a Single Eye by Oswald von Wolkenstein, translated by Richard Sieburth (New Directions)